Kagiso Trust: Investing for Development Impact

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CASE STUDY. In November 2014, as the South African development agency, Kagiso Trust (KT) prepared to celebrate 30 years of existence in 2015, Themba Mola, KT’s chief operating officer, reflected on the development work that the organisation had done since it started out in 1985.

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Kagiso Trust: Investing for Development Impact: Abstract

Kagiso Trust: Investing for Development Impact is a case study by Boris Urban and Claire Beswick.

In November 2014, as the South African development agency, Kagiso Trust (KT) prepared to celebrate 30 years of existence in 2015, Themba Mola, KT’s chief operating officer, reflected on the development work that the organisation had done since it started out in 1985. KT’s intention was to bring about deep social and economic value in the communities it served through the programmes that it developed and funded. As Mola reviewed what KT had achieved, he asked himself whether the organisation needed to do anything differently to ensure that it continued and improved on the work it had been doing thus far.

Teaching objectives

The purpose of this case is to enable students to understand:

  • Principles for designing social development programmes that make a positive impact
  • Principles for how to expand and implement such programmes

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